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Hi all when it comes to paper I only use Epson for proofing and for freebees and I use the photo glossy paper I buy at Costco for $20 for 100 sheets, nice heavy wait and have found NO Epson paper I use for a final print, i use RED RIVER paper and like the color very much and very little fading if any in this harsh dry air of Arizona have also sent several copies to friends in phoenix and after a year they have not faded. Try there paper as it is not that expensive. The sun will fade it but that will happen with anything in Arizona and the pullution in Phoenix is very bad. http://www.redrivercatalog.com/ Good luck Bill Boy on 5/3/02 9:08 PM, Linda Jacobs at email@example.com wrote: > I wrote Epson Store customer service and asked if the logo had been removed > from EAM SO41341 per the Epson Product Manager's response to an inquiry I > made several months ago. Here is the response I received from them: > > "Although the manager assured you the logo would be removed, we cannot > guarantee that you will receive that particular paper. Epson Store > purchases this paper in bulk from Epson America. Our stock might consist > of paper with and without the logo. Unfortunately, there is no way to pick > out paper that does not contain our logo, since the packaging has not > changed. We apologize for the inconvenience." > > So it's Caveat Emptor on this one if you order EAM. I could contact Epson > America (I didn't know they were separate entities), but I'm just too darn > busy right now. > > Off I go to find another paper. Suggestions for a substitution that works > well with Gen4 inks on an 1160 are welcome. This is for printing restored > photos. I have some Epson Watercolor that I can cut down but would prefer > an 8 1/2 X 11 sheet option as well. I'll also hit the archives for this > list. TIA > > lj > > - > Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate > subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions. > - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.